Talented St. Anthony’s Aldrine Kibet on a flight en route to Spain Football Academy

St Anthony’s Boys High School Striker Aldrine Kibet left for Nairobi where he’s Scheduled to travel to Football Academy in Spain. 

The youngster boarded a plane from Kisumu to JKIA on his way to join a second-division Spanish club.

Aldrine Kibet, the attacking midfielder for St. Anthony, is without a doubt equipped with this mentality, which has helped him garner a great deal of respect both on and off the field.

Kibet is currently the face of St. Anthony’s Boys High School in Kitale. He’s already established himself as a star, and occasionally football fans approach him to snap a selfie.

Kibet is a full-fledged attacking midfielder with the ability to make nimble passes, hit jaw-dropping long range shots, and cause trouble.

In the Trans-Nzoia County championship game, Kibet’s crucial goal quieted their boisterous adversaries, Goseta Boys.

2023 KSSSA nationals, Kibet scored against Shanderema to earn Solidarity Boys a ticket to the finals.

Aldrine Kibe byground

In this article, we reveal the upbringing of Aldrine Kibet and how he developed his football skills.

Kibet hails from Lembus-Kwen Ward, Eldama Ravine Sub-county in Baringo County.

According to him, he cut his teeth in soccer at a tender age and would play with his brothers; Oliver and Victor.

However, when they were not around, Kibet would play against the wall of their house.

“I was playing against the wall when my brothers were not around,” he said in a past interview.

He began schooling at Poror Primary School in Eldama Ravine, Baringo County. Armed with unflinching determination, Kibet never let his football dream dwindle and this saw him join the Eldama Ravine Soccer Centre.

As such, he was among the talented players who were picked to showcase their prowess when Everton players and scouts visited Nakuru.

Kibet got to interact with former Super Eagles Striker Yakubu Aiyegbeni whose words were motivational.

The former Middlesbrough striker told Kibet that if one day he gets to play professional football in Europe, he should not forget him.

In the 2018 Wanyama Royal Charity Cup, Kibet was named the most outstanding player. The tournament was sponsored by Kenyan midfielder Victor Wanyama and attracted other partners as well.

In the tournament, Kibet plied his trade with Dagoretti FC which finished as runners-up.
Professional Football in Spain

Currently, Kibet is the Games Captain for St. Anthony’s Boys High School Kitale. Right from the zonals to the county level, Kibet has been a valuable player for Solidarity Boys.

His captivating creativity has seen him bag dozens of goals and there are reports that a life-changing opportunity is knocking on his door as he is set to join an unnamed Spanish side.

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